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Located at the headland of Cape Bonavista, Newfoundland is the Cape Bonavista Lighthouse. It was erected to guide mariners bound for Labrador. The two-story wooden structure is built around a masonry tower which supports the lantern. The light was put in operation on September 11, 1843. The original lighting apparatus was a revolving red and white catoptric light comprised of 16 Argand burners.

Cape Bonavista is said to be the first land sighted by John Cabot from the Matthew on June 24, 1497, although that fact is disputed by some.  The lighthouse still stands, although it no longer functions.  The current active light is a steel tower built in 1966 beside the old lighthouse.

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